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CNN
Nov 8, 2012 7:00pm PST
. everybody knows in the larger package, everybody wants to do tax reform, mitt romney proposed capping deductions, for example, during a campaign, something republicans might be able to sign on to, but even before they get to tax reform, they have to figure out how to get around this larger problem, and, you know, in talking to democrats, chuck schumer suggested redefine wealth. make it tax cuts expiring for people who earnory orver $1 mil a year. they have to find a way to get around that. if they can do that, they can have a framework for everything else. >> mark, i'm curious to hear what you have to say. the republican party, i think i've heard you say in the past, they have a problem with its brand right now. what lessons should they stake from the results of the election? if you listen to rush limbaugh, it's like we don't have a demographic problem. the problem was not enough republicans came out and voted, so all of the talk about the extremes and demographic problem is not true and i saw sean hannity switching his position on immigration, or said he's evolved to that. >> well, i
CNN
Nov 8, 2012 10:00pm PST
, nobody got punished for bad behavior in this election. everybody can take something away and say the public is with me. >> to david's point. all of the election we heard from both candidates, president obama and governor romney, and that the choice couldn't be clearer, president obama wanted to raise taxes on the wealthiest americans, mitt romney who did not. and now the choice has been made, all of a sudden, we're hearing from a lot of republicans saying that's not the choice that the american people made. >> anderson, i would respectfully say both parties intentionally muddled the choice during the campaign. neither candidate set guard a comprehensive agenda for dealing with the deficits and it's now incumbent on both parties to do that the president ought to set the tone, but i think speaker boehner has to come forward, they ought to be sitting down together, and in the next 48 to 72 hours. >> i mean, he made a statement about obama care being the law of the land and he's walking that back, because of tea party -- >> that's true. what we've got is a problem -- russell long des
CNBC
Nov 9, 2012 3:00pm EST
that our sales will cease to continue. >> by the way, would everybody have gotten a raise if romney were elected this week? >> everyone would have gotten a raise regardless of who was elected. two weeks ago i called my entire staff together. i said, i want to double sales this coming year, figure out how we can do it. i still plan to have that same target of doubling sales. however, i am not going to take the risk that is necessary to do it, but i'm going to keep our goals -- i'm going to try to turn lemons into lemonade. hopefully i'll be successful in doing it. >> all right. good luck with the lemonade. >> great to have you. thanks so much, david. >> thank you, robert, as well. >> see you soon. we just got about ten minutes before the closing bell sounds for the day. we have a market fractionally higher, well off the highs. nasdaq doing well, up about 14 points. >> what to do with this market? should you sit on the sidelines until the fiscal cliff is fixed or are there real bargains to be had right now? sill vir lakes managing partner is next, and he does see some opportunities. >> we'
FOX News
Nov 9, 2012 12:00am PST
. so really he lost. >> listen, man, it was a good race. mitt romney, god bless him. he is a good dude, but it wasn't his time. here are the real winners of they lexes, fox news. fox news. everybody looks sad. it is like, he just breathed life into this building. you make the most money in these four years than anybody. you should have thrown a party when he won. what are you nuts? >> i remember when i worked for the american spectator during the regan years and it was at like 25,000 circulation. during clinton it was 250,000. so opposition always benefits. but you never that because you have people who are unhappy who may say i'm tired of the political process. i don't know. >> that doesn't count because that magazine sucked. >> that was unnecessary. >> he is mean. >> remember rush limbaugh said the best thing happening to him was clinton getting elected it sky rocketed him to fame. >> back then there was something to get mad at. you cheered me up a wee bit. >> it is amazing seeing you two together given he doesn't like black people. >> it is the bloody wogs i have a problem with. >>
MSNBC
Nov 9, 2012 2:00pm PST
a republican idea. >> so the president bought into an idea he had ran against. now this time everybody on the democrat side, the progressive side, said you can't go this romney direction, keep the lower rights but get rid of this some big fat deductions. now the president is being given an opening by boehner saying there is a way we can compromise. keep that 35% for the top rate but take away all the fat cat deductions. there may not be enough money there. people in that institute -- >> the tax policy center. >> is thereto enough opportunity for that kind of direction, take away a lot of deductions for state and local for example taxation which you have to pay anyway. you can have your formal 35% but you're going to pay a lot more taxes. >> i think at the end of the day, right now the white house is going to stand by, we want the top rate to go back to 39.6%. that's their opening position. we want it to start with people at 250 and above. they're going to stand by that now. going to negotiations the principle they need to protect is the wealthiest pay more. americans don't care exactly
Current
Nov 9, 2012 3:00am PST
. i will have a look. >> bill: michael everybody was saying it was going to be really, really close. romney people were saying hey, we got this in the can. it turned out to be a pretty good night for progressives wasn't it? >> it wasn't that close. i was a little timid in my own prediction, i said 294 electoral votes, but back in august i wrote a column that said the coming of the obama landslide and i said 330 isn't out of the question. >> bill: so it will be 332 with florida -- because florida will be called today if i recally for obama. >> yes, and the conservatives are trying to emphasize the popular vote, but 2-something percent is not exactly a squeaker. >> bill: no. >> and if you look down the list of swing states, of course ohio, virginia and florida were very close, but the other swing states, obama won them by six seven, eight points every one of them. >> bill: and he won eight out of nine. >> exactly. >> bill: now i also think when you look at this coalition that president obama put together african-americans, 92% obama, latinos, 71%, obama; women 55%
MSNBC
Nov 9, 2012 11:00am PST
. they're not saying tax cuts but additional he revenues. i think that romney's idea is resonates and being knocked around. the one thing that romney did was have a moving target on it. i don't remember it being percentages, but dollar amounts. let's say everybody got 25,000 let's say everybody got 17,000. so i think that's out there as a real viable option. >> it would be impressive considering that -- >> tamron -- >> it could be a concession. it would be huge. kelly. >> one of the things that's attractive about that is if you specifically isolate the mortgage deduction or charitable deductions, then all the people associated with that the industry of housing, all of those charities have such a vested interest to try to fight that. if you make it a bucket you take some of the sting out. it still may result in people giving charitilyably and buying homes. one of the issues about taking away deductions that is so critical to do it is not wanting to draw out all of the lobbies to fight those things and render them useless. >> every good idea has someone on the
MSNBC
Nov 9, 2012 7:00am PST
in the country gets extended tax relief until very high income earners. people like mitt romney get a bonus tax break. i don't think that's sustainable to tell the american people that they are holding out for bonus tax breaks for folks at the top at the expense of everybody else. that's not a sustainable position. i hope they come to that conclusion before january. after january, i think it would be impossible for them to maintain that position and can hold up tax relief to 98% of the american people. tax relief for 100% of the american people on their first $250,000 of income. >> congressman, good to have you on the program. thank you. >>> let me bring our guests back in. totally different topic, but it's been an emotional time. now that the election has wrapped up, you could really see how emotional in the video that the obama campaign released last night. the president talking to young volunteers in chicago the day after he won. here's a clip of it. >> even before last night's results, i felt that the work i had done in running for office had come full circle. because what you guys have don
MSNBC
Nov 9, 2012 3:00am PST
was mitt romney's message? dev a message? >> yeah. >> what was it? >> mitt romney's message is, i am going to take away medicare from everybody under 55. i'm going to cut medicaid for everybody by about one-third. and i'm going to do that in order to finance a giant tax cut for me and my friends. and the reason i'm doing that is because half the country contribute nothing to our national endeavor. that's his message. >> well, you know, if you put it that way, david gregory, maybe it's not as unifying a message as the republican party once thought. actually, there are a lot of people that are going to be wringing their hands and talking about why the republican party lost. a lot of talk about demographics. but i boil it down to this. they can't figure out how to make their message relevant to an 18-year-old latino voter, but they can figure out a way to make it relevant to a 65-year-old white guy in the south. i mean, if you believe in conservatism, you believe, like i believe and i'm sure like david believes, that it's relevant to all americans. >> i disagree with david a little bit in thi
FOX News
Nov 8, 2012 6:00pm PST
have a ton of ammunition and they are going to try and use these remarks to hurt everybody they can. if i was put in that position, i would be thinking about what is in the best interest of the party, what is in the best interest of, you know, mitt romney, in this case? what is in the best interest of the people of missouri? are they going to hear a campaign about issues or is this going to be a distraction in the campaign? you are not even considering that? >> caller: no, no. those are all legitimate point, sean. i am trained as an engineer. you look at both sides of the equation. and you say, what are the pros and the cons. >> sean: i don't want to go after him personally. if you can't answer that question, you don't belong in that race. >> what about the party scploilt doing what is in the best interest of the party. if you are not able to be up to the task and answer a simple question, without ruining your personal reputation and jeopardizing the interest of the party, which are significant in the case of a seat like that, shouldn't you have stepped aside? >> sean: sthoos what
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